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Dec 2, 2011 7:30pm PST
riseings in egypt and yemen and syria, the question is will it result in democracy or be something else. modern islamist one recent elections in morocco. secular itselves will have to wait to see if the new government is -- the best political party in egypt is expected to gain control in that north africa country. little has changed since the revolution that ousted hosni mubarak. the economy has gotten worse and many are struggling just to pay their bills. egypt's de facto leader, ma' mohammed totali. >> it is the same ruler since 1952. these guys are clueless of how to run the country on a daily basis. >> the army leadership wants to rule the country, but not govern it. >> day-to-day matters, bread and butter issues, so far, secular parties are disorganized and weak. the better organized stronger muslim brotherhood and its freedom and justice party may win a plurality of votes. this woman doesn't want someone to tell her to take off her incob. her main goal is sharia law. there are about ten percent of the population and many fear attacks may increase if the brotherhood and allies cont
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